New advertising option available: Gearbox Directory

Let's face it: the economy has taken a toll on most of us, especially small businesses, our sport, our events, and our advertising. So we came up with a new idea for the In Gear magazine called the Gearbox directory. It's a great low-cost alternative to display ads.

gearbox-ad-flyerOur new directory will appear near the back of the magazine where listings like this usually appear. They are only $35 each time that they run, or $189 if you pay for the year (six issues). They are a great way to promote your business, sell an item, say happy birthday, honor a loved one, promote your club or event, or just to support the association. All proceeds from the ads go straight back to the general fund to help with the daily operation of the association, which includes fighting to keep our trails open.

To find out more, contact Suzy at (805) 550-2804 or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. We also offer banner ads on the website, package discounts on print and web advertising, and more. See all of the options on the In Gear pages.

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